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Jtable combo box issue

 
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Hi,

I'm having a new table with a jcombobox in that. After selecting the first row value from the combox(first row returns selected value properly), if we select the second row value from the combobox it is retruning empty value. How to solve this issue??

Adding the following code in the constructor.


Here are my doubts:
Am I addiing only one jcombobox to the entire table instead of adding a new combobox for each row in the table??
If yes how to add new jcombobox for each table.

Please help me to solve this issue.

Thanks and Regards,
Kiran Kumar K.V
 
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The Swing tutorial on "How to Use Tables" has a working example.
 
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kopparapu v kiran kumar wrote:Am I addiing only one jcombobox to the entire table instead of adding a new combobox for each row in the table??


Yes.

If yes how to add new jcombobox for each table.


You don't need to use a new JComboBox for each table, you just need to replace the JComboBox contents for each cell. You have two choices that I can think of:
1) override JTable's prepareEditor method:

2) subclass DefaultTableCellEditor and do something similar in its getTableCellEditorComponent method.
 
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Any example with the DefaultCellEditor would be appreciated.
 
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Again, the tutorial has a working example!
 
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Dear Rob,


Have you tested that example they have given?? It doesn't suits my requirement.... Try to understand the requirement first.


Thanks and Regards
Kiran
 
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The tutorial shows how to use a combo box as an editor. My code shows how to fill the combo box. How does that not meet your requirements?
 
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Dear Rob Prime,

Sorry. Your name and Rob Camik firname is same(Rob). I thought to convey my message to Rob Camik. Sorry for the overlook.

Thanks and Regards,
Kiran Kumar.
 
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kopparapu v kiran kumar wrote:I thought to convey my message to Rob Camick.


I got that, but does that mean I am not allowed to reply?
 
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NO!!
 
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